This is from a news article :
Republicans have pitched the measure as a middle-ground change to state abortion laws developed after months of private negotiations between House and Senate GOP members. It adds exceptions to the 12-week ban, extending the limit through 20 weeks for rape and incest and through 24 weeks for “life-limiting” fetal anomalies.
I looked up the verb 'pitch' in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary :
3a : to present or advertise especially in a high-pressure way : PLUG, PROMOTE
4a(1) : to cause to be at a particular level or of a particular quality
Although there aren't any adverbial phrases denoting a certain level, I think 'middle-ground' and 'adds exceptions' make the 'pitched' seem to mean 4a(1) more likely, despite the opposing positions of the parties which may suggest 3a.
Am I wrong?